Due to the Corona lockdown Galleries stay closed until January the 31st 2021

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here you can find our exhibitions in chronological order. Some of them might not be available to visit anymore. For the sake of completeness they are also published here, to give you as an art lover an overview of exhibitions, that have taken place in Berlin. Enjoy!

Hans von Marées – Self-Portrait with Yellow Hat

The self-portrait was created after Marees finished the most important order of his life: He took over the frescos deisgn, financed by his patron and culturist philosopher Konrad Fiedler, at the Zoo station in Italy’s Naples. The fresco counts as one of the most influential works of art in the 19. Century. Apparently Marees was […]

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Rembrandt – Self-portrait with Velvet Barett

In comparison with other artists at the time, Rembrandt painted the most self-portraits. The famous Dutch Baroque painter, painted self-portraits from a young age and carried on until he was old. Rembrandt looks confident as he glances over his right shoulder, looking at the observer through his blue eyes. His mouth a slightly opened as […]

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Paul Cezanne – Still life with flowers and fruits

A wooden table. On the table lays a snatched up table cloth with yellow and green pears scattered on it. On the right edge of the table is a light blue braided glass jar with a handle, in which a more lush bouquet of summer flowers such as red poppies, white margaritas and other garden […]

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Carl Schuch – Still Life with Partridges and Cheese

A glass cheese cover is standing on a shelf in the corner of the room, covering half a dozen grey-white mouldy cheese. Hanging on a wall behind that are two freshly captured partridges, above that three smaller chickens, perhaps quails. Following the diagonal on the right side of the picture are two filled preserving glasses. […]

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Statue of Athena Parthenos

Athena – according to Greek mythology, she is the goddess of wisdom, war strategy, art, crafts and skill. The Greek capital Athens is her namesake city. Her most famous colossal statue was located in the Parthenon in Athens, the “virgin chamber” for the city goddess. The fragment of the statue of the Athena Parthenos standing […]

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Carl Blechen – Waldweg bei Spandau

A dark, cathedral-like forest of beeches and pines curves above a small footbridge, on which a young woman stands. She is dressed in white, in the style of Romanticism, with an aproned skirt, white stockings and a headscarf. She has placed a bundle of hay on the handrail of the bridge. She is looking towards […]

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Drawing Dantes Göttliche Komödie – Sandro Botticelli

Sandro used parchment paper for this drawing. He illustrates “hoelle im 18. Gesang der goettlichen komoedie” from Dante Alighieri (was created approx. 1307-1321) in 1481/82. Dante and his accomplice Vergil are easily visible by the devised use of colourful garments. At the top left of the drawing, Dante and Vergil encounter the mystical figure of […]

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